Extended Awareness II quicklook report
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Extended Awareness II (EA-II) deployed and tested a network-based information system designed to provide enhanced situation awareness (SA) for U.S. military forces engaged in current operations. The network successfully linked a variety of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) information providers with a variety of users through reach-back, tactical analysis units, and a convoy operating in the field. Enhanced battlespace awareness of all units was demonstrated. Tactical battlespace information was produced through cross-cueing sensors, information fusion, and real-time tactical analysis, and delivered to operational units within tactically significant time frames.
NPS Report NumberNPS-IS-05-006
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